UN Women For Peace Association's Message


The United Nations Women for Peace Association is an organization dedicated to the mission to stop violence against women and girls. Without the empowerment of women, the world is a mess.

Here we are, traveling on an iron cored spaceship, hurling through the universe. It is inconsistent with the genius of technology, science, and architecture to have situations where women are raped, mutilated, prohibited from education, forced from their homes.

We know the letter "D". "D" is the beginning of the word dependable, delightful, and delicious but it is also the letter that begins the words disgusting, deplorable, and dehumanizing.

At this point the world is dyspeptic. Viscerally miserable and that is intolerable.

The United Nations Women for Peace Association welcomes all the agencies, foundations, corporations, and governmental institutions to join with us to make the correction for humanity.

Please join us on our MARCH in March, Sunday March the 12th, 2017 at 11 AM at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza located near the United Nations headquarters of New York on 47th street between 1st and 2nd Avenue. The world is waiting; please help us make this change.

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UN Women for Peace Association, Inc. is a US non-profit organization registered under US tax ID # 26-3908075

We are an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations

UN Women for Peace Association, Inc. 410 Park Avenue Suite 1500 - 15th Floor New York, NY 10022 contact@unwomenforpeace.org

The United Nations Women for Peace Association has created this editorial as a universal call to action. Your feedback is important to us; we are paying attention to your voice. We value your comment on this issue and participation. Please share with us what you think by emailing our Board of Directors at contact@unwomenforpeace.org. We need to address this terrible scourge in the world.

The UN Women for Peace Association, Inc. was founded in 2008, under the patronage of H.E. Mrs. Ban Soon-taek, the wife of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. We help to advance the goals of academic and charitable organizations that provide opportunities for women to partake in the global peace building process through social, cultural, educational and women empowerment programs.

The UNWFPA is committed to the prevention of violence against women and girls, to the provision of services to those affected by violence, to strengthening the implementation of laws and policies against violence, and to the empowerment of women in countries and societies where they are under-advantaged.

Much of our energy is directed toward raising funds for the United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women. The UN Trust Fund, established by the General Assembly in 1996 and managed by UN Women, focuses in particular on developing countries, countries in conflict, and post-conflict settings. Our contributions to the Trust Fund directly fund these efforts

The UN Women for Peace Association is dedicated to activities that promote tolerance and respect toward the creation of a peaceful world. We envision a world in which women everywhere have the same opportunities:

Access to education;Opportunities to impact the societies around them in a meaningful and positive capacity; Freedom to live in peace, in an environment characterized by tolerance, respect, empowerment, and hope; and Protection from violence and freedom from the threat of violence.